We design for a context. The context varies and so does the design.
Refugee camps present a unique context where one has to think differently. Temporary population, people in transition, lack of services are a few.
Three students from the Graduate School of Design, Harvard University spent a few weeks at the Rohingya refugee camps in Cox’ Bazaar and will share their insights about designing in that context.
This presents an opportunity for us to hear them in our Design Conversation series.
We will see new ideas and concepts and this will give us an opportunity to reflect on new design thinking.